5. Kyle Kerrick, WR, 6-3, 185, Coatesville Area SHS, Coatesville PA
Kerrick has not received the attention as other wide receiver signees but should be a player to keep an eye on as he combines great physical size and athletic ability. Best football is ahead for Kerrick.
4. Kodi Kieler, OT, 6-5, 275, Oscar A. Carlson HS, Gilbraltar MI
Two-way player in high school, Kieler has the size to be a tackle in the Spartans offense after some fine tuning of his skills. Look for a redshirt year with some reshaping of his body and a player who could be a multi-year starter for the Spartans.
3. Ezra Robinson, CB, 6-0, 170, Booker HS, Sarasota, FL
Super athlete who has yet to play his best football. Robinson will give the Spartans depth at cornerback and also on special teams as a return guy. Tackling machine during his senior year where he posted 90 tackles.
2. Mark Meyers, S, 5-11, 180, Whitmer HS, Toledo, OH
Meyers will have a chance to be part of the Spartans special teams early in his career. Toledo knows they lost a good player when MSU offered Meyers a scholarship late in the process. Never hid he wanted to be a Spartan and was willing to wait until the very end before giving up hope. If not for the signing of Fennell, Meyers would have been at No. 1 on this list.
1. David Fennell, DT, 6-3, 275, Sunset HS, Portland, OR
How much of a sleeper was Fennell to the recruiting world? Most college programs didn't even know he existed until late in the process because he played three of his high school seasons in Calgary, Alberta. That's right, in Canada. The son of CFL Hall of Famer David "Doctor Death" Fennell, the Spartans are hoping the apple didn't fall far from the tree in signing the younger Fennell. On film Fennell looks like a great pickup for MSU. Keep an eye out for our breakdown on Fennell.